EE, the UK wireless carrier, has announced that it is bringing two new tablets to its customers starting today. Two of the most popular tablets on the market are available on EE. First, we have the Galaxy Note 10.1. For people who want a little smaller tablet, EE has you covered with Google's Nexus 7. The Nexus 7 comes with a Huawei E589 mobile Wi-Fi dongle allowing it to access the Internet on the go.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 is available on three different plans with varying subsidies. With 8 GB of monthly data it will run you £99.99 on contract for 24 months at £35.99 monthly. If you don't need that much data, you can opt for the tablet with the 5 GB monthly plan, and you will pay £199.99 and £30.99 monthly. If you need even less data, the 3 GB monthly data allotment plan will cost £25.99 monthly with £249.99 upfront for the tablet. All of those plans include Wi-Fi hotspot access.
The Nexus 7 comes with similar plan choices, but a little cheaper upfront. With 8 GB of data it will cost £29.99 upfront and £35.99 per month. The tablet bundle with 5 GB of data will cost the same £29.99 upfront with monthly access costing £30.99. If you opt for the lowest data plan, you'll 3 GB of data with the tablet bundled costing £49.99 upfront and £25.99 monthly for the service. Just like the Note 10.1, these plans include access to Wi-Fi hotspots.
All of the plans are based on 24-month contracts. Currently the 4G service that these tablets operate on is available in 18 towns and cities with more coming by the end of the year. EE just announced that 17 more cities and towns will be receiving 4G by the end of Q1 2013, so more cities will be able to take advantage of 4G data and some good prices on these tablets.